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[Tomato Dirt #227] 6 Tips for Growing Healthy Tomatoes in Raised Garden Beds
April 15, 2021
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That makes raised garden beds a perfect way for new gardeners to get started and a fun option to try when you’re gardening with kids.
Plus, raised beds can give you healthy crops and an outstanding yield.
Once you set up your beds, you can save time and work in preparing to plant during subsequent seasons. Instead of tilling the soil, you simply add organic matter and fertilizer. Plants get better drainage than most open garden plots which limits the spread of diseases.
Be aware of these special tips for growing tomatoes in raised garden beds so you can grow healthy crops and maximize your harvest year after year … and check out our Raised Garden Beds board on Pinterest for more raised bed gardening ideas.
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Even if you don't have a lot of time for gardening, you can still have a productive vegetable garden, no matter the size.
How? Start with a raised bed. It's the shortcut to a plentiful harvest, even in the first year.
Our good friends at Gardener’s Supply have put together oodles of helpful information about growing tomatoes, edibles, and flowers in raised beds .
Here’s a quick start guide to raised bed gardening raised bed gardening.
You can also watch this quick video about how to put together raised beds and take a look at to decide what you’d like to grow.
And you can browse different kinds of raised beds and kits to choose one that’s best for you. Have fun!
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Get more tips for growing tomatoes on our Tomato Growing Tips Pinterest board.
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|How to Choose Materials for Your Raised Bed : A Primer||Starting a Raised Bed: FAQs||5 Tips for Preparing Raised Bed Soil for Planting Tomatoes||More Ideas for Raised Beds for Tomatoes on Our Pinterest Board|
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